Re: They're copying Greggs, that's all
Hint, no the Chicago guy is right, I was offered a similar offence in Detroit. The distinction between pizza base and Yorkshire pudding is irrelevant. The Detroit deep pizza was like a felt tub fiiled with a sort of fondue*.
I applaud Morrisons for their audacity, but just as the USA has proved that you can’t improve a Neapolitan pizza, a Yorkshire pudding is a pinnacle of perfection, best eaten straight.
For the record, I’ve had a sublime pizza cooked by Italians in a Brooklyn carry out.
*It’s not what we’d call cheese either, more like silly string without the taste.
USA cooks need to look beyond Unix and ponder the true meaning of “less is more”.